2013-12-11Experts said Croatia can greatly assist Macedonia's EU accession.
2013-12-11Growth in six regional countries nears 2 percent after years of decreases. Also in business news: Serbia records relative strength in the IT sector.
2013-12-10The two countries open a new chapter in relations and will focus on economic and trade co-operation as well as support for Kosovo's EU integration.
2013-12-06Multi-ethnic music groups are travelling the region to show the power of joint efforts to overcome the past.
2013-12-04Construction of the Trans Adriatic Pipeline is to begin in 2015. In other business news: Romania's president balks at a standby deal with the European Commission and the IMF.
2013-12-02A lack of funds has affected the pace of clearing landmines in the Balkans.
2013-11-29Officials said regional cadets and doctors training at Turkey's facilities will help military forces throughout the region.
2013-11-29Bulgaria takes measures to deal with overwhelming influx of asylum seekers from Syria and prevent illegal entries into the country, officials in Sofia say.
2013-11-27The fund of 140 million euros is expected to be available next year. In other business news: Ministers from the Balkans have endorsed the South-East Europe 2020 strategy that aims to create 1 million new jobs in the region.
2013-11-26The Serbian Investment and Export Promotion Agency scandal has triggered a debate on the efficiency of state agencies and whether the existence of some of them is justified.
2013-11-26Experts blame the Taliban for a polio outbreak in Syria that now threatens to spread as refugees flee the civil war.
2013-11-14Students denounce violence but keep protesting in downtown Sofia, surrounded by about 10,000 riot police and gendarmerie with shields, helmets, batons, and armoured vehicles.
2013-11-13The pipeline to connect Serbia to the South Stream gas project will be about 450 kilometres long. In other business news: Bulgaria hopes for another strong winter tourism season.
2013-11-06Cyprus, Montenegro, Bulgaria and Turkey follow in the 2014 Doing Business report. In other business news: The UN warns about the hazards of corruption for businesses.
2013-11-04Organised criminals and terrorist organisations are profiting from the heroin trade route in the region.
2013-10-31The story of the "blonde angel," a 4-year-old girl named Maria, raises the issue of child trafficking in Balkans.
2013-10-31Humanitarian aid from EU member states and NGOs, as well as numerous donations, will help Bulgaria to deal with the influx of refugees from Syria.
2013-10-30A growing number of lawsuits against the media and journalists could slow media freedom, a central requirement for EU accession, experts say.
2013-10-29Authorities attempt to address a growing problem that has cost the state an estimated 6 billion euros of taxable income.
2013-10-22The two countries increasingly use specialised units to address the growing number of cybercrimes.
Croatia's accession to the EU opened the market to energy providers and is leading to lower household bills.